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the libyan assault does not represent the people. >> that is not the real libya. the libya chris stevens knew and learned to love so well. >> the state department has issued a travel and a rise against libya. we are seeing the u.s. stepped up security and diplomatic outposts around the world, including obviously in some of the areas where we are seeing the crowds gather. >> we are learning of a similar protest in yemen. what can you tell us about that? >> one of these locations. it is really developing. at this point, we know the crowd has stormed the embassy, breach of the security perimeter, but it not to make it onto the actual ground of the embassy inside any buildings. but a very active scene. burning the flag. kinda similar to what we saw in cairo on tuesday. and you saw on the live pictures, their new protest in egypt as well. in yemen, we understand the situation is calm down but we are keeping an eye on it. there were reports of shots fired and tear gas. >> a very volatile situation of overseas. thank you, haley. 66 degrees in downtown baltimore. they just added a thousand new slots.
-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> 6:09. 54 degrees on tv hill. >> what has prompted the violence in libya? >> iphone users are waiting with bated breath this morning. >> 3 baltimore city schools will unveil their brand of libraries today. >> we're keeping tabs of an accident that you want to avoid this morning and we will check >> good morning. this is a live view of downtown. it is a beautiful start to the day. temperatures in the low 60's and the upper 50's. you can look inside and see the crescent moon with clear skies. i am live outside of one of the baltimore city schools on failing their brand of library today. thomas johnson elementary middle. dr.here with their library, sharon smith. this is very exciting. you have seen the transformation. >> there are no words for it. we started out with a small library and now we have a 21st century library and it is wonderful. >> the first thing i notice was the bright orange color. >> it will be wonderful for the kids. it will make them happy. they will be happy to be in that space. without the 4000 new books and without the many computers that were prov
a lot of people around the world. but not in libya or egypt because google has blocked access to the video there because of the sensitive situation. >> thank you, halle. meanwhile an overwhelming condemnation of those actions overseas. members of the maryland muslim council stood outside of the state east largest mosque to condemn the aoverseas and spread peace. >> the killing of the ambassadors is in no way allowed in our religion of islam, and anyone who does it is not doing the right thing and is not helping the religion in any way. and we stand with our american brothers and sisters in condemning this violence. >> we condemn it, and we hope that this will not ignite more violence. >> the council leaders point out while they don't condone or accept disparaging remarks on the islamic faith, their rules are not to react with violence. >> and we laronned the 19-year-old shooting victim on a campus was not a student but visiting his cousin who was a member of the morgan state football team and the victim was targeted. also the shooter was not a student at morgan. university off
it on youtube. in libya, a tribute to ambassador chris stevens. >> chris was able to help protect our city, but the city was unable to protect him. >> the u.s. says libyan authorities and the fbi are cooperating, but libya is running the investigation into stevens' death. >> these are not the people who were demonstrating for democracy. these are the people who are the losers. these are the al qaeda-type elements that are seeking to overthrow what has been achieved. >> anti-american protests around the region continue with some countries unable to protect our embassies. >> we had governments that had a lot of will to protect us but may have overestimated the capability of the forces that they had around and had to augment. >> for now our embassy in kabul is closed. americans are warned not to travel to afghanistan. tracie potts, wbal-tv 11 news. >> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> we have a handful of accidents that we are tracking. the roads are wet. 424 at 450, a crash you want to avoid. down to 19 miles per hour at the west side beginning at reisterstown road. th
. the president talked about his vision for the country and the attack in libya and what he calls his hardest day, an attack in afghanistan that left more than two dozen u.s. troops killed. if the president did not win a second term, he said he would like to get back to working with kids. >> hallie jackson, thank you. >> the orioles start their final homestand of the season splitting a homestand with toronto. a close game was blown open in the second game for the blue jays. that was a grand slam for j.p. arencibia. the final score of game two, toronto 9, the orioles 5. pete gilbert will have more in sports. another controversy decides the outcome of monday night football. in the final seconds, russell wilson launches a hail mary pass into the end zone. it appears to be intercepted by jennings. golden tate gets one arm on the ball. it was reviewed a touchdown. the touchdown ruling stood. seattle liked it. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. do you think the nfl will now speed up negotiations to end the lockout with league officials after this week's poor performance by the repl
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